Posts Tagged: Bayh-Dole


Stand Up to the Anti-Patent COVID-19 Narrative

It may seem odd, as unprecedented public/private sector R&D alliances work to discover and develop therapies to counter COVID-19, that some are trying to punish …
By Joseph Allen
6 months ago 4

Everything Depends on Coronavirus R&D Partnerships—Don’t Let the Critics Wreck Them

The world is teetering on the brink of a public health and economic catastrophe, depending on emergency partnerships between our public and private sectors to develop a …
By Joseph Allen
7 months ago 41

Mad Dash to Coronavirus Vaccine May Face Legal Hurdles

Almost a third of the recently signed $8.3 billion bill to fund the United States response to the coronavirus outbreak is devoted directly to vaccine research and development. …
By Joel Wallace
8 months ago 5

Bayh-Dole 40: Celebrating the Past, Protecting the Future

It's highly appropriate that the 40th anniversary of the Bayh-Dole Act occurs in a year as politically contentious as that in which it passed. In 1980, many predicted …
By Joseph Allen
8 months ago 1

Don’t Undermine U.S. Innovation While Standing Up to China

One of the few areas of bipartisan agreement in Washington is that it's time to respond to Chinese economic and military aggression. The need is underscored by …
By Joseph Allen
11 months ago 12

ITC Investigates University of California Complaint Against Amazon and Other Major Retailers

In late August, the U.S. International Trade Commission published a notice of institution of a Section 337 investigation on behalf of the Regents of the University of …
By Steve Brachmann
1 year ago 10

The ‘Dragon’ Targets U.S. Biopharma Lead

Perhaps the report on China's strategy for eclipsing the U.S. lead in biopharma from the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF) resonated so strongly with me because …
By Joseph Allen
1 year ago 2

Bayh-Dole Rocks While the Critics Play the Same False Note

A just-released study co-sponsored by the Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) and AUTM provides new evidence of the significant contribution academic patent licensing makes to the U.S. …
By Joseph Allen
1 year ago 0

The One Word that Will Help Restore the U.S. Patent System

Based on the age of many of us in the room, President Reagan was probably the first president many of us remember. And I mention this because …
By Gene Quinn
1 year ago 13

Jamie Love Responds to Criticism of Knowledge Ecology International Letter

On May 12, Frederick Reinhart published an article titled “Knowledge Ecology International Letter Misleads on March-In Rights.” Reinhart is a past president of the Association of University Technology …
By James Love
1 year ago 6

The Washington Post Misses the Mark on March-In Rights

The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently indicated in its "Return on Investment Initiative draft green paper" that it would issue regulations effectively ending attempts to …
By Joseph Allen
2 years ago 2

If We Don’t Develop Best Practices Ourselves, the Government Will

I recently delivered a keynote address at a special session of the AUTM Annual Meeting, where the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) released its new University Technology …
By Joseph Allen
2 years ago 4

IP Due Diligence in the Life Sciences: Key Considerations for 2019

The success of a life science product, and thereby the company, rests heavily upon a combination of patent protection, regulatory exclusivity and product life cycle management. A …

Happy Birthday, Senator Birch Bayh

Hopefully, you've been fortunate enough—at least once in your life—to work for someone you really admired. That happened to me as a Senate Judiciary Committee …
By Joseph Allen
2 years ago 3

The Future is in Our Hands; No Room in the U.S. for Second Best

A reliable and predictable patent law is more necessary than ever, for technology is a much larger part of our industrial product than ever. The recent Supreme …
By Renee C. Quinn
2 years ago 6